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June 2018
FREE
  • JEWISH BULGARIA EXHIBITION COMES TO THE UK

    Bulgarian Cultural Institute

  • June 20 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 188 Queen's Gate, London, SW75HL
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    When? Opening at 7pm on 20 June 2018 Where? Bulgarian Cultural Institute, 188 Queen’s Gate, London SW7 5HL Free registration for the event HERE Bulgaria, one of Europe’s least known lands, famously did not deport about 48,000 Jews during the Second World War. In 1943, before it had emerged that Nazi Germany would be losing the war, the Kingdom of Bulgaria, a German satellite, failed to do what was expected of it – despite all the plans, the array of…

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The event is free but registration in advance is required on bookings@hungary.org.uk.
  • Visual representations of Roma people: moving beyond stereotypes

    Hungarian Cultural Centre

  • June 14 7:00 PM
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  • Photographic exhibition, talk and workshop led by John Oates (The Open University) and Annabel Tremlett (University of Portsmouth). In the absence of direct contact, understandings of diversity are typically mediated through positioned narratives and evocative imagery produced by journalists and commentators. To be able to counter negative uses of imagery it is important to examine the dynamic process in which attitudes are molded and solidified by different types of portrayal. A closer examination of images from everyday lives, including self-representations,…

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May 2018
FREE
  • ‘The Romanian Centenary Garden’: A botanical metaphor of United Romania

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • May 21 6:00 PM to June 12 5:00 PM
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    The Centenary Celebration, the backbone of our programme in 2018, touches one of its peaks with ‘The Romanian Centenary Garden’, a multi-art event honouring the diversity and vibrancy of the united Romania created in 1918 by showcasing the unique variety and beauty of Romanian botanical richness. The astonishing biodiversity present in all historical provinces that came together to form a new, democratic state at the end of the First World War is showcased through an exhibition, a book launch, a…

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FREE
  • Exhibition: Almost News| George Rosu

    Romanian Cultural Centre in London

  • May 18 6:30 PM to May 23 5:30 PM
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  • Manchester Square, 18 Fitzharding, London, W1H 6EQ
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    ‘While in Germany for the opening of an exhibition, I was invited to speak about my country in front of a person who knew nothing about it. I found myself in a great dilemma: either PR for Romania, while looking a bit naive and idealistic or be very critic, and risk seeming a hater. Whilst I chose to be a little of each, I find myself in this dilemma every time I have to speak about Romania. The topic of…

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  • Exhibition: Purity and Decadence – Contemporary Czech Jewellery

    GALLERY S O LONDON

  • May 9 12:00 PM to June 1 6:00 PM
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  • 92 Brick Lane, London, E16RL
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    For the first time ever, a selection of the best of Czech contemporary jewellery, object and metalwork comes to London. As part of London Craft Week, ‘Purity and Decadence: Contemporary Czech Jewellery’ is set to celebrate and inspire the design industry throughout May. While Czech glass and costume jewellery already have a strong reputation in the United Kingdom,  Purity and Decadence is the first group exhibition showcasing several generations of contemporary Czech jewellery to the British audience. Each of the…

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  • Exhibition: The British and Poland in the late 18th century

    POSK

  • May 4 10:00 AM to May 17 8:00 PM
Open
April 2018
FREE
  • Exhibition: ‘Layers of Self …how do we really see each other?’

    Gallery Different

  • April 26 10:00 AM to April 30 5:00 PM
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  • 15 Percy Street, London, W1T 1DR
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    26 April – 30 April Opening Event: 25 April, 6pm Gallery Different 14 Percy Street London, W1T 1DR FREE British artist and architect Mark Dziewulski will showcase a provocative new series of paintings and sculptures at Gallery Different, London from 25th April – 1st May 2018. This work debuted at the Biennale di Venezia 2017, where he exhibited alongside Julian Schnabel, Jeff Koons and Yoko Ono. Dziewulski has received numerous accolades and awards, and he has been published more than…

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  • Exhibition: ALEX MIRUTZIU: BETWEEN TOO SOON AND TOO LATE

    Delfina Foundation

  • April 26 10:00 AM to June 2 5:00 PM
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  • 29-31 Catherine Pl SW1E 6DY
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    Delfina Foundation and European ArtEast Foundation collaborate to present Between Too Soon and Too Late, the first solo exhibition in the UK by Alex Mirutziu (b. 1981, Sibiu, Romania). Mirutziu’s practice interrogates the process of how we create meaning to interpret the world around us. Inspired by philosophy, literature and design, he explores the inadequate use of objects, language and the body as tools of communication. For a few years, Mirutziu has been researching the work of novelist and philosopher…

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FREE but registration essential
  • Exhibition: Mercurial Landscapes Photographic Exhibition + Duo Kitharsis Live Music

    Romanian Cultural Centre in London

  • April 18 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
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  • Manchester Square, 18 Fitzharding, London, W1H 6EQ
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    Roxana Tohaneanu-Shields is a Romanian born artist who lives and works in the United Kingdom. She has a BA in Philosophy from Bucharest University (1998), BA in Fine Art & Philosophy from the University of Reading (2002) and most recently she obtained a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Reading. She has exhibited her work in a number of galleries including The Art Museum of Constanta, The Art Museum of Brasov, Gallery4allarts at the Independent Liverpool Biennial 2008, Romanian…

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March 2018
FREE but booking essential
  • TALK and EXHIBITION: War, Feminine: Women and the Great War

    Romanian Cultural Centre in London

  • March 28 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • Manchester Square, 18 Fitzharding, London, W1H 6EQ
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    The Centenary Celebration of the making of Greater Romania (1918-2018) continues with an evocation of heroism and dedication of women on and behind the Western and Romanian fronts of the First World War. BBC journalist Kate Adie and professors Lucy Noakes (Essex University), Alin Ciupală (University of Bucharest) and Ecaterina Lung (University of Bucharest) will examine, in a talk moderated by RCI Director Dorian Branea, the multi-faceted impact made by women during the war and the way it forever changed the societies engaged in the greatest bloodbath Europe had known.…

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FREE
  • EXHIBITION: ‘Relief’ – Miroslava Večeřová and Pavel Příkaský

    Vitrínka - Czech Centre Gallery

  • March 23 6:30 PM to May 24 6:00 PM
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  • 30 Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W84QY
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    Private View: Friday 23 March 2018,  6.30 pm – 9 pm Czech artist Pavel Příkaský partners with London based Miroslava Večeřová for this site-specific gallery intervention combining painting, installation and video. Miroslava and Pavel have worked together as a collaborative duo for the past four years. Synthetically they combine the starting points of their individual approaches. Painting and drawing is at the heart of Pavel’s individual practice. Miroslava works with video, photography and sculptural interventions. What connects their works are…

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FREE but booking essential
  • EXHIBITION: Here and There – Dominik Klimowski

    Ognisko Polskie

  • March 20 7:00 PM to April 4 5:00 PM
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  • 55 Exhibition Road, London, SW72PN
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    20 March, 7pm Opening night FREE, but reservation required here March 20th – opening evening – includes a glass of wine, a talk from the artist and screening of the short film, ‘Only one Season’ As part of the Ognisko Art Series, Ognisko Polskie will feature selected work from Dominik Klimowski made over the past two decades, which relate to growing up in two quite different countries. There will also be an insight into its origins, influences, and the themes and…

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FREE
  • EXHIBITION: Andrzej Wróblewski’s work at David Zwirner Gallery

    David Zwirner Gallery

  • March 16 10:00 AM to April 17 6:00 PM
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  • 24 Grafton Street, London, W1S 4EZ
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    Private view: Thursday 15 March, 6 – 8pm David Zwirner is pleased to announce an exhibition of work by Polish artist Andrzej Wróblewski (1927-1957) at the gallery’s 24 Grafton Street location in London. This will be the first solo presentation of his work in the United Kingdom. Now considered a leading figure in postwar Polish art, Wróblewski’s short but prolific career encompassed painting, works on paper, and prints. Often drawing from Poland’s sociopolitical atmosphere in the wake of the Second…

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  • EXHIBITION: The Poles (Polacy) by Richard Morgan

    Waterstones Gower Street

  • March 12 8:30 AM to April 16 9:00 PM
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  • 82 Gower St, Bloomsbury, London, WC1E 6EQ
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    PRIVATE VIEW: Friday 16 March, 6:30-8:30pm Since the Brexit vote in the summer of 2016, Richard Morgan has been living and traveling in the ‘Heart of Europe’, photographing Poland and its people. Just as his own country was moving away from Europe, he was moving closer with his camera. Influenced by Robert Frank’s The Americans and Ian Berry’s The English, Richard’s project The Poles (Polacy) documents his crisscrossing of Poland during 2016 and 2017, and the photographs he took form…

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  • PERFORMANCE: Jan Petýrek and Luli Perez: AROUSAL

    Chalton Gallery

  • March 11 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 96 Chalton Street, London, NW1 1HJ
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    Part of the IRRUPTIVE CHORA project developed by Royal College of Art and Chalton Gallery, Czech video artist Jan Petýrek and Luli Perez present AROUSAL – a performative measurement of the collective consciousness of the audience. Utilizing empirical methods in a room with three assistants who will work with the audience – measuring their blood pressure and bodily temperature and asking a few questions, the artists will gather a collection of bodily fluctuations which will later be translated into audio-visual…

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  • EXHIBITION: Home Strike – Małgorzata Markiewicz at L’etrangere

    L’etrangere

  • March 7 6:00 PM to April 21 5:00 PM
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  • 44a Charlotte Road, London, EC2A 3PD
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    Private View: 7 March, 6 – 9pm Home Strike, guest curated by Alexandra Kokoli and Basia Sliwinska, brings together the work of four women artists — CANAN, Paula Chambers, Malgorzata Markiewicz, Su Richardson — in an exhibition exploring contemporary resistance to the persistent feminisation of domesticity and household maintenance. The exhibition interrogates those biopolitical and cultural norms that see women and their bodies systematically domesticated, exploited and imprisoned by patriarchal ideologies. The family home is Małgorzata Markiewicz’s battlefield. The artist…

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Free
  • OGNISKO EXHIBITION: ‘Europa w Rodzinie’ – The Landed Gentry in Poland

    Ognisko Polskie

  • March 4 to March 6
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  • 55 Exhibition Road, London, SW72PN
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    ‘To celebrate the Centenary of Polish Independence, Ognisko Polskie and the Polish Landowners Association are proud to jointly host an Exhibition entitled “Europa w Rodzinie” to open at Ognisko on Sunday 4th March 2018. The Exhibition pays tribute to a significant sector of Polish Society, the ‘Landed Gentry’ which for centuries constituted the backbone of Poland’s cultural economic and political life. Ognisko Polskie is the natural venue for the exhibition considering its background and patronage. The author of the exhibition…

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February 2018
Free but registration essential
  • EXHIBITION OPENING: Silviya Georgieva-Sellvida – ‘TEN’ (ten years of creativity)

    Bulgarian Cultural Institute

  • February 23 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 188 Queen's Gate, London, SW75HL
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     ‘A multi-talented and expressive artist, Silviya Georgieva – Sellvida, brings her rich cultural and practical experience to the London art scene. Silviya was trained and educated in Sofia, Bulgaria where she mastered textile and graphic design at the country’s most prominent art and design universities. An artist himself, Silviya’s father nurtured her artistic side from an early age and raised her in a highly creative and inquisitive environment. Silviya’s passion lays in making multi-media collages – piecing together memories and…

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Free
  • EXHIBITION: Polish artists at CONDO 2018

    The Sunday Painter

  • February 13 to March 10
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  • 117-119 South Lambeth Road SW8 1XA
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    Opening hours Wednesday-Sunday: 12-6pm Arcadia Missa hosting Galeria Dawid Radziszewski, Warsaw The Sunday Painter hosting Stereo, Warsaw Galeria Dawid Radziszewski is presenting a series of tapestries created in collaboration between two artists, Alicja Kowalska and Tomasz Kowalski. Alicja is the mother of Tomasz and she has made the tapestries in close cooperation with her son, according to his design. In addition to three joint works, two works by Alicja Kowalska are presented. This is the first time that the artists…

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Free
  • FASHION EXHIBITION: Czechia Now!

    Czech Centre, London

  • February 12 10:00 AM to March 18 6:00 PM
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  • 30 Kensington Palace Gardens W8 4QY
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    ‘Developed by fashion designer Kateřina Plamitzerová, fashion photographer Michaela Čejková and garden architect Lucie Králíková, Czechia Now! is a multifaceted fashion and photography exhibition resulting from an unconventional research trip around the Czech Republic. “We travel through the Czech Republic, passing through rural and urban areas, towns and remote villages. We watch the local people and their way of dressing. We observe squares, we wait until the shift finishes in a factory, we visit pubs. It is our personal anthropological…

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Free
  • EXHIBITION: Elżbieta Owczarek – ‘Take a pause. Painted with Light’

    POSK

  • February 3 to February 16
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  • 238-246 Kings St W6 ORF
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    ‘Born in Sandomierz, Poland. Elzbieta Owczarek lives and works in Warsaw. She graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, where she did her painting degree at the Studio of Professor Apoloniusz Węgłowski and an additional diploma in printmaking at the Studio of Professor Andrzej Markiewicz.  She holds a postgraduate degree at the Education Centre of Warsaw School of Economics and completed a full-time university programme at the University of Economics in Katowice. A member…

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January 2018
Free
  • EXHIBITION: Paola Ciarska: Cześć, Pani Ciarska

    IMT

  • January 11 to March 11
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  • 210 Cambridge Heath Road E2 9NQ
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    ‘Preview: 11 January, 6pm Cześć, Pani Ciarska chronicles a series of homes of friends, relatives and professional contacts in Newcastle and Gateshead where she lives and works. Among them are the homes of Annabella Marczewska, a DJ, go-go dancer and member of punk transgressors Woman in Revolt; her partner’s parents, retired police officers Pat and Jim McCoy; Paul Moss, Co-Director of Workplace Gallery; Rashida Davison, the Director of Globe Gallery; Kuba Ryniewicz, a photographer and director of the artist bookshop…

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2017December 2017
Free but registration essential
  • EXHIBITION OPENING: Deyan Mihov – Banker by day, Painter by night

    Bulgarian Cultural Institute

  • 09/12/2017 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 188 Queen's Gate, London, SW75HL
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    ‘Special guest: Deyan Mihov Banker during the day, a painter at night, in the last two years Mihov’s name comes out of the frame of a banker from London City and turns into an artist receiving positive criticism from the world artistic scene. Mihov began his art in 2015 as an exercise in mindfulness and creativity, which has progressed since on a self taught path. His art is often inspired by semiotics and is designed to challenge the thinking of…

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November 2017
Free entry
  • EXHIBITION: Viktorie Langer: Hormones Harmony

    Czech Centre

  • 24/11/2017 to 15/01/2018
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  • 30 Palace Gardens W8 4QY
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    ‘Young Czech artist Viktorie Langer, nominated for the 2017 Jindřich Chalupecký Award, will be the first in a series of emerging artists and designers showcasing their work in the new Czech Centre Window Gallery. Langer (*1988) is primarily a painter, while also working in the media of collage, drawing, textiles and ceramics. Her striking large-sized canvases are clearly inspired by early 20th century art, rather than current trends. Yet the almost abstract work of Langer uses a very contemporary language…

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  • PERFORMANCE ART EVENT – Roman Štětina: If you feel unwell seek help at the station

    LUX London

  • 18/11/2017 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM
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  • Waterlow Park Centre, Dartmouth Park Hill, N19 5JF
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    ‘Roman Štětina has long been interested in description as a specific tool for understanding the world, specifically the process and methods involved in creating audiovisual work in cooperation with other artists. His performance on 18 November will be no exception and will complete his two-months residency at LUX. Focusing on storytelling he will present his latest work in the style of a diary. In collaboration with legendary British avant garde filmmaker John Smith (* 1952) and Czech documentarist living in…

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Free
  • EXHIBITION:

    Regent St. Cinema

  • 10/11/2017 to 12/11/2017
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  • 309 Regent St. W1B 2UW
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    ‘An exhibition of digital black & white photographs taken between 2011—2016 introduces film director Jan Němec also as a keen photographer while providing a wider context to his films. Part of his unfinished film essay What’s behind that Wall? it can be seen as a continuation of his work on Late Night Talk with Mother set around Prague Vinohradská Street. Recurring motives of a cracked plaster, niches and passerby captured on his daily route via Krásova Street remind us with…

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Free
  • EXHIBITION OPENING: ‘Touching Colours’ by Stanislava Stoyanova

    Bulgarian Cultural Institute

  • 01/11/2017 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 188 Queen's Gate, London, SW75HL
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    ‘Opening of a painting exhibition – “Touching Colours” by Stanislava Stoyanova and discussion with the author over a glass of wine Curator of the exhibition: Diana Draganova – Stier Special guest: Stanislava Stoyanova STANISLAVA STOYANOVA /born January 30, 1971 in Sofia, Bulgaria Stanislava Stoyanova graduated from the National Academy of Art, Sofia in 1998. She has participated in a number of collective and individual projects elated to contemporary visual art. Her artistic path started with а series of exhibitions in…

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October 2017
Free but registration for artist talk essential
  • EXHIBITION: Michal Cala – ‘Silesia 1975-1985’ – Artist Talk on 28/10

    MMX Gallery

  • 28/10/2017 to 04/11/2017
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  • 448 New Cross Road SE14 6TY
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    ‘MMX Gallery is delighted to present Silesia 1975-1985 , a solo exhibition by Michal Cala. Cala started taking pictures in his youth and has been working professionally as a photographer for nearly 40 years. This will be the first time his work has been shown in UK. Artist talk on 28 October 2 pm – Registration required The exhibition will focus on his key black and white series from the Silesian landscape made during his early career. Silesia is an…

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Free
  • EXHIBITION: 100 Years of Art in Masterpieces: Going East

  • 27/10/2017 to 01/11/2017
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  • ‘As the Centenary Year 1918-2018, celebrating 100 years since the creation of Greater Romania, is about to commence, we look back at a century of visual arts triumphs through the greatest collection of Romanian masters ever to have been on display on the banks of the Thames. Set up by Lavacow Bucharest with the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute and the Romanian Embassy, ‘Going East’ is the first in a series of exhibitions curated by Ioana Ciocan, bringing together…

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  • EXHIBITION OPENING: Svetoslav Svetoslavov – ‘The Artist and His Muse’

    Bulgarian Cultural Institute

  • 18/10/2017 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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  • 188 Queen's Gate, London, SW75HL
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    ‘Opening of an exhibition: “The Artist and His Muse” and discussion with the author over a glass of wine Author: Svetoslav Svetoslavov Special guests: Svetoslav Svetoslavov and Georgi Toshev’ (BCI)

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  • EXHIBITION: Anna Hulačová at Frieze London

    Regent's Park, London

  • 05/10/2017 to 08/10/2017
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  • ‘For Frieze Art Fair in London, Prague-based Hunt Kastner Gallery present a new project by Anna Hulačová, which reflects a continuation of her interest in social hierarchies and how these affect interaction and communication between people. The installation is centered around a pair of figures whose commonalities are disrupted by their disparities. The motifs of the pair’s 2-dimensional mask-like faces define the character of their distinct personalities. Fluidity and decay of matter is also contained in moments of the entire…

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September 2017
Free
  • EXHIBITION: Marcin Dudek – Steps and Marches

    Edel Assanti

  • 21/09/2017 to 14/10/2017
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  • 74a Newman St. W1T 3DB
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    ‘Marcin Dudek works with objects, installations, collage and performance, touching upon questions regarding control in society, the hierarchy of power, and mechanisms of violence as seen from sociological, historical, and psychological standpoints. Steps and Marches is a culmination of his extensive research into theories of crowd control, including topics such as police riot techniques, architectural approaches to prison or stadium building, and mass manifestations. Dudek’s analytical and field research builds on autobiographical archives and experiences. The exhibition takes place at…

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  • RCI: Arts and Crafts at Transylvania’s Bánffy Castle

    Romanian Cultural Institute

  • 18/09/2017 to 26/09/2017
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  • 1 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X8PH
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    ‘When: Exhibition Preview & Talk: Monday 18 September, 7pm. The exhibition is open until 26 September, Monday to Friday between 10 am – 5 pm. The ARTEC exhibition, set up by Transylvania Trust Foundation in conjunction with the Bánffy Castle in Romania, opens at the RCI London as part of a series of events highlighting the remarkable conservation and restoration efforts which, throughout time, have revealed the amazing architectural heritage of Romania. The ARTEC project’s aim is that of bringing…

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Free
  • CZECH EXHIBITS at V&A: Petr Stanický’s ‘Evocations’

    Victoria & Albert Museum

  • 16/09/2017 to 24/09/2017
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    ‘Two sculptural works by Czech glassmaker Petr Stanický will be displayed in light-filled vestibules of Victoria and Albert Museum, next to the Glass and Ceramics Galleries. “These works exist at a crossroads that lies between genuine shapes and forms, and those merely suggested by the sculptures’ imaginative illusory evocations,” Stanický says. “The mirroring effect of their glass surfaces; the juxtaposing of flat planes and dimensionality, stemming from a stratified mesh of metal; and the accompanying enigmatic walls of glass, draw…

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  • EXHIBITION: Another White Story by Designblok Prague

    4 Cromwell Place

  • 16/09/2017 to 24/09/2017
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  • SW7 2JN
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    ‘Every year Designblok supports innovative designers from all over Europe. We have prepared a small sample of what Designblok has to offer for this year’s London Design Festival. The story of contemporary Czech porcelain is told through five renowned Czech designers, who have become so enthralled with this white material that it has become their main medium of expression. Five varying approaches to porcelain as a material, decorative work and the use of technology. How far can we go with…

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Free
  • EXHIBITION: Michal Cala: Silesia 1975-1985

    MMX Gallery

  • 15/09/2017 to 04/11/2017
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  • 448 New Cross Road SE14 6TY
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    ‘Artist talk 28 October (time TBC).  Wednesday – Friday 12-6.30pm, Saturday 12-5pm A solo exhibition of the 20th c. Polish photographer. MMX Gallery is delighted to present Silesia 1975-1985 , a solo exhibition by Michal Cala. Cala started taking pictures in his youth and has been working professionally as a photographer for nearly 40 years. This will be the first time his work has been shown in UK. The exhibition will focus on his key black and white series from…

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Free
  • EXHIBITION: Objects of Refinement: Custom-designed Elements in Modernist Interiors and Architecture

    Brompton Design District

  • 14/09/2017 to 24/09/2017
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  • 2 Cromwell Place SW7 2JN
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    ‘Over the past ten years, Prague-based design and architecture curator and editor Adam Štěch of Okolo has created a photographic atlas of architectural and interior details from buildings spanning 1900-1990. The photographs taken during his worldwide adventures reveal the hidden gems of modernist architecture. Lighting, seating, storage systems, tables, handrails, doors, windows and other decorative or functional elements celebrate the modernist idea of the holistic design work and are a reminder of the skills of modernist architects who created everything…

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Free
  • OGNISKO EVENT: Sergiusz Papliński – From a Pistol to a Paint Brush

    Ognisko Polskie

  • 10/09/2017 2:00 PM to 11/09/2017 10:00 PM
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  • 55 Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2PN
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    ‘Ognisko will be hosting an art exhibition to mark the 90th birthday of one of our oldest and most distinguished members Sergiusz Papliński “nom de guerre Kawka”. Serguisz is the last surviving ‘Żołnierz Wyklęci’, translated as ‘Cursed Soldier’ or ‘Doomed Soldier’, to be living in Britain. The term refers to the soldiers of the Polish Home Army who, after fighting against the Nazi’s, were treated as enemies by the puppet communist government installed by Stalin, because of their loyalty to…

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July 2017
Free
  • POSK: The Soul’s Journey Through Art – Exhibition of Iconic Paintings

    POSK

  • 07/07/2017 8:00 AM to 21/07/2017 5:00 PM
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  • 238-246 Kings St W6 ORF
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    ‘The timeless classical beauty, which icons express, continues to be relevant today. Harmonies in the lines and in the compositions create an inner peace. Dostoyevsky once wrote that, “Art will redeem the world”. “I believe this wholeheartedly”, says Anna Geldon, founder of this Polish icon painting school. She herself is an artist, art historian, as well as professional icon painter. Teaching icon painting over the years, she observes with both interest and joy, that not only do students improve their…

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June 2017
Free
  • Art Out of the Bloodlands Exhibition: A Century of Polish Artists in Britain

    Ben Uri Gallery & Museum

  • 28/06/2017 to 17/09/2017
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  • 108a Boundary Road, NW8 0RH
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    ‘Ben Uri is delighted to announce the second exhibition in its series on refugee and migrant artists, highlighting the Polish contribution in Britain over the last century. This focus is particularly apt as the community approaches its millionth citizen, the largest migrant group in Britain, and as Poland celebrates a century since it regained its independence as a nation state after 123 years. The exhibition will tell aspects of the story of the Polish community in Britain, and Poland’s recent…

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